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A picture tells a thousand words. And it can sometimes tell more than words, as this article reveals (15 Jul 13)

How to use photography in research and evaluation


Often, pictures speak faster, convince more, touch emotions and evoke responses far more powerfully than words.

This is important, for emotion has a far greater impact than logic. People see and feel and act.

Photographs can illustrate and make the message of an evaluation report much more memorable and compelling.

 A documentary photograph provides c…

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